Category Archives: Lectures

50th Anniversary of the Code of Commerce of Colombia

On March 25, 2021 Professor Olivier Moréteau was a guest speaker at an online international conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Commercial Code of Colombia. He was invited by Professor Francisco Reyes, who taught multiple times at LSU Law … Continue reading

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View the Webinar on the French Influence on Louisiana Law

On March 24, 2021, LSU Professors Alain Levasseur and Olivier Moréteau, Tulane Professor Vernon Palmer, and Dan Stigall (U.S. Department of Justice and LSU alum) discussed the French linguistic and juridical influence on the legal system of Louisiana at a … Continue reading

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Meeting with Doctoral Candidates in International Law at Paris Nanterre University

On February 22, 2021, Professor Olivier Moréteau met on zoom with a group of doctoral candidates at the International Law Center (CEDIN) at the University of Paris Nanterre. He gave a presentation on the use the comparative method in doctoral … Continue reading

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Professor Moréteau Discusses the French Civil Code with Doctoral Students in Qatar

On January 31, 2021, Professor Olivier Moréteau was a guest lecturer in Professor Mohamed Mattar’s course on “Comparative Legal Systems,” at Qatar University College of Law in Doha. This course is part of the newly created doctoral program that Professor … Continue reading

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Prof. Michele Graziadei to Give Tucker Lecture in Civil Law

The Center of Civil Law Studies of the LSU Law Center presents the 42nd John H. Tucker, jr. Lecture in Civil Law The European Court of Justice at Work: Comparative Law on Stage and Behind the Scenes Given by Professor … Continue reading

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Tucker Lecturer Prof. Attila Harmathy Receives the Golden Medal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

On May 6, 2019, Professor Emeritus Attila Harmathy (Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary), who delivered the 41st Tucker Lecture in November 2018, received the golden medal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, at the session of the general assembly. The medal … Continue reading

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Pierre Soulé: Advocate of Liberty

A Law Library of Louisiana Free CLE Co-sponsored by the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society   Pierre Soulé:  Advocate of Liberty Presented by Dr. Olivier Moréteau Thursday, April 25, 2019 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Courtroom, Louisiana Supreme Court, … Continue reading

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Professor Attila Harmathy Delivers the 41st Tucker Lecture

On November 8, 2018, Professor Emeritus Attila Harmathy (Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary) delivered the 41st John H. Tucker, jr. Lecture in Civil Law. Under the title “Comparative Law and the Development of Civil Law in a Country Under Transformation,” Professor … Continue reading

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The Civil Code in French Presented at the Supreme Court of Louisiana

On April 24, 2018, Professor Olivier Moréteau was the guest of the Law Library of Louisiana and Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society to present ‘A Perfect Circle? Code Civil de Louisiane, Edition Bilingue.’ 150 people signed up for free … Continue reading

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Professor Moréteau to Present on Code Translation at the Supreme Court of Louisiana

Seats still available! Reserve your spot today by emailing CLE@lasc.org. A Law Library of Louisiana FREE CLE Co-sponsored by the Supreme Court of Louisiana Historical Society   A Perfect Circle? Code Civil de Louisiane, Édition Bilingue Presented by Dr. Olivier Moréteau … Continue reading

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